At Home Care Assistance of New Hampshire, we understand the importance of high quality care for seniors living with Alzheimer’s. This is why we provide in-home care administered by the most compassionate and highly trained Alzheimer’s caregivers in the senior care industry. In fact, the Alzheimer’s Association helps us train our employees to ensure safety, comfort and quality of life for our clients through each stage of the disease.
Alzheimer’s causes a number of changes in the brain and body that may affect safety. Depending on the stage of the disease, these can include changes in judgment, abstract thinking, sense of time/place and behavior. As the disease progresses, the person’s abilities will change so situations that are not of concern today may become potential safety issues in the future.
At Home Care Assistance of New Hampshire, we understand that an Alzheimer’s patient’s needs may increase at any time and offer flexible care schedules, available on an hourly or live-in basis. Seniors and their families have the ability to choose the level of care needed and can modify their care schedules at any time. The result is consistent and quality care that meets the physical, emotional and cognitive needs of our clients.
Each of our expertly trained caregivers understands the range of their client’s Alzheimer’s and is able to support their needs. Our caregivers are also trained in our exclusive Cognitive Therapeutics Method, an in-home wellness program that is designed for seniors of all cognition levels. With Cognitive Therapeutics, seniors with Alzheimer’s can engage in fun and simulating games and activities with their caregiver, all of which are designed to enhance mental acuity, cognitive vitality and overall quality of life.
Home Care Assistance Caregivers are available 24/7 to serve our clients wherever and whenever care is needed. We assist our patients in the home, in hospitals or nursing facilities, in assisted living and rehab centers or even through hospice care. We specifically tailor the level of care to an individual’s need. Our service is on demand, without a long-term commitment, and only as long as our patients are satisfied.
To learn more about our Alzheimer’s caregivers and hourly and live-in care plans, reach out to a Care Manager at (603) 471-3004 and schedule a complimentary consultation.